Download your free trial version of GUSAR:
Please, download and read first the installation instructions (strongly recommended):
How to install GUSAR (pdf, 300 kB).
GUSAR runs under the operating systems Windows® XP / Vista / 7. For the program to install and run, you need about 100 MB free disc space, and at least 1 GB RAM (2 GB or more are recommended).
If all this fits, please download the following zip archive to your local machine (it is a big file, so it may take some time):
GUSAR trial version (zip, 29 MB).
Please, be aware that this version provides you with the full functionality of GUSAR, but will automatically expire after a trial period of 1 week, starting with the installation of the program. Extending the usage then requires a license key, which we will gladly provide when you contact us under info(at)genexplain.com.
In case you have any questions after reading the instructions, or you encounter any problems during the installation, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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Mahajan D.T., Masand V.H., Patil K.N., Hadda T.B., Rastija V. (2013). Integrating GUSAR and QSAR analyses for antimalarial activity of synthetic prodiginines against multi drug resistant strain. Med. Chem. Res., 22 (5), 2284–2292. Link.
Zakharov, A.V., Lagunin, A.A., Filimonov, D.A., Poroikov, V.V. (2012) Quantitative prediction of antitarget interaction profiles for chemical compounds. Chem. Res. Toxicol. 25:2378–2385. PMID: 23078046.
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Kokurkina G.V., Dutov M.D., Shevelev S.A., Popkov S.V., Zakharov A.V., Poroikov V.V. (2011) Synthesis, antifungal activity and QSAR study of 2-arylhydroxynitroindoles. Eur. J. Med. Chem. 46:4374–4382. PMID: 21802177.
Lagunin A., Zakharov A., Filimonov D., Poroikov V. (2011) QSAR modelling of rat acute toxicity on the basis of PASS prediction. Mol. Inform. 30:241–250. Link.
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Poroikov V. V., Filimonov D. A., Borodina Yu. V., Gloriozova T. A., Sitnikov V. B., Sadovnikov S. V., Sosnov A. V. (2004) Quantitative relationships between structure and delayed neurotoxicity of chemicals studied by the Self-Consistent Regression method using the PASS program. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal 38:188-190.
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